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hi guys all i had my interview on march 28 US embassy for IR1 , i brought new version of birth certificate and criminal records to my interview, but CO asked me for old version that was uploaded to NVC Stage, so i was given yellow paper to upload the new version documents to CEAC and send the original with my passport via ARAMEX which i already did same day after my interview, ARAMEX confirmed the delivery of the documents after that case was stuck on "READY" status for 30 days after the interview and then changed to AP a week ago, so how long it takes to review documents ? i loged in CEAC it still says submitted not yet ACCEPTED, the yellow paper does not mention 221 g or nothing, except to upload missing docs..

 

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10 minutes ago, abdo1 said:

hi guys all i had my interview on march 28 US embassy for IR1 , i brought new version of birth certificate and criminal records to my interview, but CO asked me for old version that was uploaded to NVC Stage, so i was given yellow paper to upload the new version documents to CEAC and send the original with my passport via ARAMEX which i already did same day after my interview, ARAMEX confirmed the delivery of the documents after that case was stuck on "READY" status for 30 days after the interview and then changed to AP a week ago, so how long it takes to review documents ? i loged in CEAC it still says submitted not yet ACCEPTED, the yellow paper does not mention 221 g or nothing, except to upload missing docs..

 

NVC takes up to 3 weeks for review.

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12 minutes ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

As it is under AP processing, it will take as long as it will take (days, weeks, months).  They may not change the new uploaded docs' status at all.

but i was required to upload the documents, so you mean it will stay submitted ?

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1 minute ago, abdo1 said:

but i was required to upload the documents, so you mean it will stay submitted ?

As long as you submitted it, then there is not much left to do.  It is on their system, it is just a matter of when they decide to read it.

 

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7 minutes ago, Derik-Lina said:

Count your blessings :) You dodged the Dreaded Ds-5535.

IMO just a matter of few more weeks, if not days, and you will receive your Visa.

Bon Courage.

thank you very much for your reply really appreciate it , did you get DS-5535 ??

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14 minutes ago, abdo1 said:

thank you very much for your reply really appreciate it , did you get DS-5535 ??

Unfortunately, Yes :( My wife and I are stuck. 

 

We are suffering Financial and Emotional Hardships due to this Unnecessary and Unjustified Form;

Well, let me clarify, Unjust for her, a young innoscent young lady, with nothing more or less than Fashion,

foodie videos or photos of us together on her Fb page. She s never been outside of Morocco nor had the smallest of brushes with the law. She is a fashion designer and make up artist. Very far from fanaticism nor any none sense. 

 

Unjust because young men who spent years in Turkey and Europe illegally, flew right thru the system. While my wife, a 73 year old gray grandmother and a 14 year old boy must wait for over one year in AP due to Form Ds-5535. Where is the justice?

 

Totally for Extreme Vetting and National Security, but it must be fair and just.

The wait is inhumane and torturous. We would not wish this on the worst of enemies. 

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Honest-Love-Respect

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7 minutes ago, Derik-Lina said:

Unfortunately, Yes :( My wife and I are stuck. 

We are suffering Financial and Emotional Hardships due to this Unnecessary and Unjustified Form;

Totally for Extreme Vetting and National Security, but the wait is inhumane and torture.

sorry to hear about that how long have you been in this ?

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2 hours ago, nguoivietnam2019 said:

NVC takes up to 3 weeks for review.

not a NVC issue

he is dealing with casablanca embassy in Morocco

 

to OP it can be anywhere from a week to several months

this is an easy one so,  probably not months and months

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